The Harrison Parents Association will present "Savor the Flavor" this weekend at Manhattaville College, a fundraiser for the Harrison High School band and music program.
The event will include live music, a silent auction and food samplings from 25 local restaurants.
This week is the last chance to signup, tickets are $50 and $60 at the door. for more information on the event.
May Day Celebration Ideas From Martha Stewart
Going back all the way to days of ancient Rome and ancient Greece, the Springtime festival has its roots in Celtic and Germanic festivals of old and is also associated with the old Pagan calendar as the halfway mark on the year.
Traditionally, one of the main associations with the holiday, especially in England and even here in the U.S. is a Maypole, made from a tree such as birch and then decorated so that people from your town or village can dance and play around the pole.
Mayday celebrations are widespread throughout the country and even in Westchester, like this one that Patch attended last year at
But you don't have to leave the confines of your backyard to celebrate May Day and teach your kids some fun and ancient traditions and add a new favorite day perhaps to the family calendar.
In a 2001 article, Martha Stewart talk about how you can create a Maypole, or even assemble some flower baskets to give to your neighbors, which is also a May Day tradition and is one that is actually most common here in the U.S.
To read the rest of the article from Martha Stewart Living, click here.